Almost all smartphones have now 3D shooting mode, which makes it more amusing for the image to have more depth. However, these devices need to have 2 or more cameras, so many smartphones are unable to take 3D photos. If that’s so, we can use the LucidPix application to turn 2D images into 3D images when adding depth effects to the images.
LucidPix is configured with artificial intelligence to convert 2D images to 3D images, recognize objects in the image, and then add depth effects. In addition, the application also includes some free effects on the use. And you can share images on social networks. So, in this article, I am going to tell you how to use LucidPix to create 3D images on your Android device.
Convert 2D image to 3D on Android
If you haven’t already done that, the first thing you should do is to download and install LucidPix 3D Photo Creator. The app is available for both Android and iPhone devices and will run on most smartphones, from the latest flagship phones with all the bells and squeals to the more limited budget smartphones. There’s no charge to download and use this app.
To enter the 3D photo creation mode, tap the Plus(+) icon. This will automatically activate your phone’s photo picker, where you’ll navigate to the photo you would like to convert from a two-dimensional to a three-dimensional photo. Once you’ve found your photo, tap it to select the photo, then tap Generate 3D Photo to let LucidPix do its magic.
The LucidPix app analyses your photo, determines the depth of the human brain, and presents your newly-improved photo in an interactive 3D. Move your phone back to see the results.
Now you’ve taken your 2D photo to a LucidPix 3D photo, you can share it with the world! This can be done easily by sharing it with the LucidPix 3D Gallery, instantly with Instagram, Snapchat, Messenger, etc, or as a native Facebook 3D photo. You can also export as GIF or MP4 animated video to share via email and or any social media platform.
You could choose the “3D Video” option to save as an MP4 video for Snapchat, Instagram, or TikTok, or you can tap “3D GIF” to make an animated GIF to share on Twitter or where ever you like.